The Song of Names is a 2019 drama film directed by François Girard.
The starring cast includes Tim Roth, Clive Owen, Gerran Howell, Misha Handley, Stanley Townsend, Luke Doyle, Catherine McCormack, Jonah Hauer-King, Eddie Izzard, Saul Rubinek and others.
Watch the official trailer for The Song of Names
Sony Pictures Classics on Friday, October 11, 2019 released the trailer:
THE SONG OF NAMES | Official Trailer (2019).
What is The Song of Names about?
In Europe, during World War II, Martin, a nine-year-old boy, takes a liking to his new adopted brother, Dovidl. Dovidl is a miracle violin player of his age, and has just arrived in London as a refugee. After a few years, before giving a concert at age 21, Dovidl disappears without a trace, bringing shame and ruin to his adoptive family. Years later, when Martin is 56 years old, a young violinist shows a style that only Dovidl could have taught.
Who's in the The Song of Names cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of The Song of Names.
Tim Roth Martin Simmonds
Clive Owen Dovidl Rapoport
Gerran Howell Martin Simmonds aged 17 - 23
Misha Handley Martin Simmonds aged 9 - 13
Stanley Townsend Gilbert Simmonds
Luke Doyle Dovidl Rapoport aged 9 - 13
Catherine McCormack Helen Simmonds
Jonah Hauer-King Dovidl Rapoport aged 17 - 21
Eddie Izzard BBC Radio Announcer
Saul Rubinek Mr. Feinman
Amy Sloan Enid Simmonds
Marina Hambro Young Helen
István Fazekas 1951 Conductor
Steven Hillman Mayor Froggatt
Sharon Percy Jenny Burrows
Eszter Lugosi Clarinet Girl
Áron Rátkay Cello Boy (as Rátkay Áron)
Eszter Túrós Piano Accompanist
Annamária Makai Piano Girl (as Makai Annamária)
Viktoria Kay Ellen Stemp
Max Macmillan Peter Stemp
Tamás Puskás Professor Carl Flesch
Jakub Kotynski Zygmunt Rapoport
Richard Bremmer Billy the Busker
Matt Devere Milkman
Julian Wadham Mr. Bailey
István Darvas Bar Mitzvah Rabbi
Alex Bisping Warsaw Taxi Driver
Lidia Bogacz Asylum Nurse (as Lidia Bogaczowna)
Magdalena Cielecka Anna Wozniak
Zsófi Tóth Young Anna Wozniak
Joanna Caplan Broche Rapoport
Jesse Noah Gruman Zygmunt Rapoport (7)
Howard Jerome Katzenberg
Chaim Paskesz Frumkin
Pinchasz Weisberger Chaim Frumkin
Daniel Mutlu Young Rebbe
Declan Hannigan Desk Clerk
Wayne Brett Security Man
Jack Martin Haendler 1986 Conductor
Ralph Berkin Orchestra Manager Sanderson
Jeffrey Caine Tom Noble
Tamás Masa Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Bálint Szabó Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Izsák Farkas Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Sándor Csányi Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Endre Kertész Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
György Szentkirályi Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Zoltán Langer Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Szabolcs Andrasics Sabbathsong Klezmer Band
Budapest Simfonietta Symphony Orchestra
When is The Song of Names released in cinemas?
The film The Song of Names was scheduled to be released on September 8, 2019 (TIFF), on April 9, 2020 (Hungary) and on August 6, 2020 (Germany) by Sony Pictures Classics, Big Bang Media, Elevation Pictures, GEM Entertainment, Kinostar Filmverleih, Paradise Group, Shaw Organisation, Filmax and Front Row Filmed Entertainment.
What are The Song of Names film specifications?
The film grossed over $1,138,700.
The film The Song of Names is rated with "PG-13" rating.
What are critics and audiences saying about The Song of Names?
The Song of Names got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 40/100.
Other sites about The Song of Names
More information about The Song of Names you can get at:
IMDB: The Song of Names
Wikipedia: The Song of Names